Leaving Work Behind

How to Connect with Leaving Work Behind

Written by Tom Ewer on August 17, 2012. 10 Comments

How to Connect with Leaving Work BehindOver the last year or so, Leaving Work Behind has grown from one man’s accountability journal into a community of awesome people who have a burning desire to build a life on their own terms.

I am truly astonished by the number of people I have had the privilege of talking to in that time – whether it has been an email exchange, a chat on Skype, or a meeting in person (hello Bon, Jana, James, and others!). My horizons have been well and truly expanded by the people I have got to know through LWB, and I hope that those who have engaged with me have benefited in some way too.

With that said, I thought it would be nice at this point to share the different ways in which you can keep in touch with myself and the whole LWB movement. If you’re new to the blog, this will serve as a great introduction. If you’ve been around for a while, you may be surprised at what you’re missing out on…

The Blog

The Leaving Work Behind blog serves as the “hub” for everything that I do online. It’s where you can find all of the latest guides, case studies, and stories relating to my journey (which I hope can in turn help yours).

There are a few ways in which you can keep in touch with the blog:

Social Media

I don’t just use my social media accounts as places to promote new and old blog posts – I love finding new people to engage with. I also share my random experiences, and ridiculous wedding photos (amongst other things). Here’s where you can find me:

Contacting Me

The best ways to get in touch with me are via Facebook and Twitter.

However, if you’re not a social media type of person, feel free to contact me via more traditional means – my email address is tom [at] leavingworkbehind [dot] com. I always reply to emails (if there is actually something to reply to…).

A Favor

If I could ask you to do just one thing, it would be to share my blog. Via social media, by emailing a link to a bunch of friends, or in whatever other way tickles your fancy…it doesn’t matter. Or, you can just click here to share a tweet with your friends. I would be most grateful.

And if you have any feedback regarding the blog – things you like, things you don’t like, things you’d like to see, or anything else – please leave your comments here!

Make Your Start as a Beginner Freelance Writer

We're sure you've had enough of hollow promises and get-rich-quick schemes.

We don't buy into that stuff; it's never worked for us. Instead, we create profitable online businesses through nothing other than hard work and persistence.

Enter your email address below to get our best tips for getting a head start on the learning curve with our ebook "How to Make Your Start as a Beginner Freelance Writer" right away! Learn 10 ways to make money, how to set income expectations, and choose your niche in this comprehensive guide.

10 Responses to “How to Connect with Leaving Work Behind”

  1. Pierre | Internet Business Generation
    August 17, 2012 at 5:29 pm

    This post is a nice idea. Nice wedding booth photo Tom, can’t make out which one is you! 😉

  2. Veronica @ Pelican on Money
    August 18, 2012 at 12:37 am

    Tom, I ran into your guest post on Pro Blogger and followed your links in the byline, it turns out both of them are broken. Have you considered scanning your site in webmaster tools for 404s? You could be losing valuable visitors here. Just an FYI 🙂

    • Tom Ewer
      August 18, 2012 at 11:36 am

      Hey Veronica,

      Thanks for giving me the heads up, I really appreciate it! Most people would just carry out with their day. I’ve fixed the links now, and will have a scan for 404s too (something I do far too rarely).



  3. Robert Longley
    August 18, 2012 at 11:26 am

    I’ve added you to my resource section on http://www.escapee925.com so even more people can connect with you.

  4. Joel Clough
    August 19, 2012 at 11:12 pm


    Great way of connecting with your readers. I’ve been following you for a while now. So awesome to watch you grow as a blogger and to see real results the results as they happen.

    Congrats mate, and I’ll surely be sharing you once I launch 🙂

  5. Joel Clough
    August 19, 2012 at 11:13 pm

    Posting using my phone = typos 🙂

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *